Rounded up, put in concentration camps, tortured, starved, murdered. When they were young, Jewish children would often find out that the children of Christian children, who used to be there friends, would turn against them and ignore them.
Same as normal jews
Hitler treated German Jews as badly as foreign ones. He was murderous.
Most Nazis were German, but Hitler was from Austria.
The rise to power of the Nazis, and the Nazis' creating the Nuremberg Laws in 1935.
German soldiers lead by Hitler. The Nazis hated jews
People who were not Jews were treated differently than the Jews in Nazi Germany. Some of the Jews were German citizens but they were treated as Jews.
The Nazis were German it was a political party, they were responsible when they came to power for the holocaust
Berlin, which had an estimated 140,000 Jews at the time. That was roughly a quarter of all German Jews.
The Nazis believed that the Jews were subhumans and did not deserve to be treated like people. So, the Nazis deported the Jews and isolated them into ghettos (the Warsaw Ghetto was the largest) in order to perfect the German race. Hitler believed that Jews living with Aryans (pure Germans) would ruin his master race, and therefore, he came up with his 3 solutions.
Poorly, 98% of sick and elderly Jews were killed.
Because Hitler hated them
The Jews faced persecution, as well as difficulty in leaving Germany when the Nazis came to power.
In Germany and German-occupied countries, Jewish-owned businesses were seized by the Nazis and sold to non-Jews from 1939 onwards. In Germany, the process was referred to as 'aryanization'. The proceeds went to the German government.
the same as the Jews
Generally it was the way that the Nazis (and the Germans) treated the Jews and arguably treated the Gypsies even worse.
very badly, only slightly better than Jews were treated
Research Kristallnacht and the Holocaust. Bottom line: Beyond Terrible. The Nazis killed six million Jews during the Second World War.
Some German people agreed with the Nazis and mistreated the Jews. Other Jewish people sympathized with the Jews and tried to secretly help them.
because they blamed the jews for causing the financial crisis.
German concentration camps were where Jews and other people went when they were caught by the Nazis
German Nazis who wanted to kill all Jews.
From all countries under German control.
The Nazis skillfully used propaganda and repetition to instill in the German people the idea that Jews were completely ruining everything about Germany.